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were eventually picked up by their grandmother. mom was hauled off to jail. in austin, texas there was nearly a riot. security at this mall called for backup when the crowd swelled to more than 1,000 people. armed with pepper spray and a helicopter overhead, police tried to keep control but in the end an officer was trampled when the crowd tried pushing their way into footlocker. >> nike has released a statement saying it is concerned about the crowd incidents and is encouraging anyone wishes to purchase the product to do so in a respectful and safe manner. >>> all over the bay area shoppers will race today to a photo finish. only a few days ago an estimated one-third of americans still had shopping to do. abc7's david louie has a look at the last minute crowds. >> there's a different feeling at the mall. sure, the stores are busy and the pressure is on. >> got everything done? >> no, not even close. not even close. >> so why does everyone look so happy and relaxed? >> i mean i'm a little less stressed about the income coming in myself. so hopefully people are feeling that, a
shaw and his cardinal. cal faces texas in the holiday bowl in san diego on december 28th. and way to go the bears. >> on january 2nd. in pasadena. orange bowl, west virginia and clemson on january 4th. and the kraft bowl, usually and illinois on the 31st. >> the stanford women's third straight ncaa final. the game0s only score for the cardinal off the cross from camille, the head as stanford beats duke 1-0. the stanford senior class was 95-4-4 in their four years and now they're the ncaa champions. >> snooped stanford men in hoops. a 17-1 runnel in -- run in the final six minutes, stanford wins, improving to 8-1. >> cal hosted by san diego state. bill walton checking it out. bear had no answer for harpley, to the rack. cal was led by allencrack. but the bears were unable to foul after that. cal likely to drop out of the top 25 after a 64-63 loss. >> let's tee it up in southern california. tiger woods down a strike to zach johnson. on 1. tiger for birdie. bottom of the jar. even going into 18. johnson with a birdie putt on 18. misread. tiger putting for birdie and the wind. he gets it.
mothers right now are holding nurse-ins at target stores across the nation to protest after a texas mom claims she was harassed at the for for nursing her baby. in nurse-in, in emeryville is one of 100 scheduled. they organized after a claim of harassment from the mom who says she was at the woman's department nursing her baby covered by a blanket when target workers began giving her a hard time. >> they all came and started walking by and shaking their head like you kow, rolling their eyes and shaking their head no, no like i'm doing something so horrible. i'm feeding my baby. >> target released a statement, guests who choose to breast-feed in public areas of the store are welcome to do south without being made to feel uncomfortable. target says it will inform the employees about the breast-feeding policy. >>> frances dinglasan in for mike nicco today. >> there's still a chance of rain heading our way. even though we've got this beautiful live shot of blue skies some clouds are moving in. i'll tell you about the chances of rain and i'll have your seven day forecast, coming up. >>> also
. >> reporter: outside phoenix mountains are dusted with snow in texas, cities are covered in white. >> i had to go for a walk it is so beautiful out here. >> reporter: it may be beautiful, but the weather is causing problems. icy roads continue to wreak havoc. in el paso, drivers dodged black ice in springfield, missouri, emergency workers respond today to a half dozen crashes. in washington state, a group of four wheel drive jeep owners rescue drivers. >> these guys came up with the jeeps which was a blessing. >> reporter: winter storm watches are in place up and down the east coast with rain or rain/snow mix expected. tahman bradley, abc news. >>> we are complaining about cold here. >> still warms up nicely in the afternoon here even if we have frost during the morning. picture from dublin this morning thanks to stephen we appreciate him sending in this beautiful picture of some of the frost that followed. amy hollyfield's photo journalist that's a car with thicker frost this morning one of the reasons why temperatures weren't as cool more moisture in the air lead to thicker frost than yes
the quake. >> the u.s. is proposing its first unmanned border crossing with mexico in east texas. the border kiosk would be located at a port of entry in big bend national park and would allow people scan their identity documents and talk to a customs officer in another location. federal officials say it would be a security upgrade, noting it's currently easy to wade across the shallow rio grande undetected. >> a lawsuit over the movie "avatar". the former employee who claims james cameron extol -- stole his used for the movie. >> leigh glaser has the forecast after we come back. >> mike: you can't relax just because you secured a playoff spovment just ask the 49ers. while aaron rodgers padded his stats, there were two ugly ababak >> a disgrunt telled former employee wants to depose the king of the world. james cameron is being sued over his film "avatar". the man says he pitched a film to cameron in 1999 but was turned down. rogers says his movie was a science fiction story that was a environmentally themed three-debris -- 3-d epic. >> lowe's pulled advertising from tlc's american muslim af
qualification in a remote part in texas in big ben national park. it would allow people to scan identity documents documents ana customers officer in another location 100 miles away. it would be a security upgrade. noting that it's currently easy to wade across the shallow rio grande undetected. >> hundreds of volunteered gathered in san jose to help fight aides in east africa. world vision will distribute 1,000 kits to caregivers who go from hut to hut carrying for people with aids. they contain items like petroleum jelly, wash cloths, cotton balls and a hand written note of encouragement. >> our church is fulfilling our mission to make a difference in the world, and we teamed up with world vision and are sending aide caregiver kits to africa to be used to care for people in the last stages of life dying of aides. >> 14 million africa children have lost one or both parents to h.i.v. a.i.d.s. mostly due to a look of antiviral drugs. you can sponsor a kit for 79.95. >> the holiday shipping season gets underway in earnest tomorrow. fedex is preparing for the busiest day in the company's hi
in theback championship game, stanford in the fiesta bowl. and cal and texas in the holiday bowl. more at 6:00. >> we'll be right -dad, why e you getting that? -that's my cereal. is there a prize in there? oh, there's prize, all right. is it a robot? no. is it a jet plane? nope. is it a dinosaur? [ laughs ] [ male announcer ] inside every box of heart healthy cheerios are the great tasting little o's made from carefully selected oats that can help lower cholesterol. stickers? uh-uh. a perhero? ♪ kinda. [ male announcer ] and we think that's the best prize of all. ♪ >> breaking news out of washington, dc where the u.s. park police are trying to remove an "occupy" d.c. protester from a wooden structure. he is under the banner. they tied him up. they're using a cherry picker to get him off the structure. "occupy" d.c. says 12 people have been arrested. we'll have the latest at 6:00. and good luck to this officers trying to get that guy down. that does it for us at 5:00. for leigh glaser and michael
on tuesday, the texas congressman plans to head home for the weekend. the latest evidence of his unconventional approach for winning the gop nomination. as for the other candidates, no surprise, many are taking verbal shots at each other. we have the details. >> it's a mad dash to the finish line. the iowa caucuses are still up for grabs. a new poll shows mitt romney and ron paul in a tight race for the top spot. then it's a bare-knuckle fight to win the bronze. the an dates are aiming their attacks at the one just ahead of them in the policy. rick perry is hitting rick santorum. >> senator santorum loaded up his bills with pork. >> santorum slamming paul. >> and this is the dangerous thing paul represents. >> and paul going after romney. but for the last month everyone has attacked newt gingrich and it's had a major effect. he's gone from first to fifth in just a few weeks. according to one analyst, nearly half the ads that ran this month focused on gingrich and the vast majority were negative. >> i think politics has become a nasty, vicious, negative business and i think it's d
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